Peter and some of the crew were busy so I didn't have time to speak, but thats what being the biggest nursery in the US will do to ya. Damon was only a stone's throw away and was attentive and we had good conversation.
After about 10 years of growing CP's it only takes 5 minutes to learn something new every time I go there:
1. You can grow Heliamphora in a drink fridge.
2. N. Hamata can be grown in the same area of the greenhouse as N. Sanguinea, N. Ventricosa, N xMiranda, and only two tables down were Drosera, Dionea, and Sarracenia. I thought I had a fluke easy growing experience with Hamata, but this is definitely a game changer. I feel a lot more comfortable growing the rare species now that I've seen that they're largely accepting of a variety of grow environments.
3. A good deal of Nepenthes quite like full sun.. and can pretty much be thrown in the same growing area with your other CP's.
4. Full sun through polycarbonate is still full sun, but without the burning effects of UV despite being dimmer.
I would have bought a lot more plants but my typical order would not have fit in the car so I mostly wanted to look at the stock in advance.
Also I now have a huge amount of respect for N. Lowii, it's hybrids, and the growers with the patience to watch this plant grow to maturity. I saw three different specimens of N xPeter D Amato growing in different environments and it is a fascinating hybrid.
I missed pics of the sales area but thats because I was running around arms flailing amazed at all the stuff there.